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    Falcon is offline Member
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    Arrow Present tense for future

    Hello people,

    Look at this sentence, please:

    "Our company is to cancel all operations overseas". Is that correct?

    Could I say "Our company is going to cancel all operations overseas", instead?

    Thanks

    Falcon

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    Re: Present tense for future

    'is going' is better; it is implied in the first quote but as usual in business speak grammar and correct English are often ignored in place of speed.

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    Re: Present tense for future

    Quote Originally Posted by apex2000 View Post
    'is going' is better; it is implied in the first quote but as usual in business speak grammar and correct English are often ignored in place of speed.
    Thanks for helping.

    But if I say the first sentence... is it grammaticaly correct or no?

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